Today’s child welfare train is working as hard as ever, with more weight - tasks, oversight, budget, limitations, and expectations - continually being added, and its network of policy tracks becoming increasingly more complex. To keep early intervention and prevention on track and move toward thriving families, here are key strategies to consider.
The new promise of CCWIS is to build systems that support and coach and help caseworkers move the work.
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When the press writes about failures in the child welfare system, the tragedies are unique, but the pattern is often all too familiar. A family has been involved with the agency multiple times, signs of risk were missed, and the result is signiﬁcant harm or even death. It’s hard to read about a set of [...]
Child welfare supervisors have an incredibly difficult job. One that is made even more complex by the broad role they play.
Only by addressing the capacity crisis up front, before changing practice, can the goals of Family First be achieved. At Change...
There are several key opportunities to include in your complete plan for CCWIS implementation to drive improved outcomes and increase capacity.